Chicken Nesting Box Ideas

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Bangs, TX, a small town in West-Central Texas, was named for Samuel Bangs, a printer during
the Texas Revolution. Sometime in 1886, a depot was built in Bangs, as tracks were laid from
Brownwood to San Angelo. When a general store was opened, the owner applied for a post
office. The post office was opened May 24, 1886. Bangs was incorporated in 1915. US Highway
67 was built through the small Texas in 1937 which opened the door for housing development
after WW II.

Three Chicks Treasures is in the only antique and collectible business in Bangs.
Cynthia Johnson, owner of Three Chicks Treasures, specializes in rare and hard to find items
such as cameras, movies, and hardware.
The shop is filled with vintage furniture, chandeliers, lamps, quilts, road signs and much more.

But the specialty at Three Chicks Treasures is galvanized Chicken Nesting Boxes in several varied sizes.

Chicken Nesting Box Ideas for Mud Rooms

Photo below courtesy of  Maple Laves & Sycamore Trees



Chicken Nesting Box Ideas As Potting Benches

In addition to mud rooms, chicken nesting boxes can also be used as potting benches.

The Romans used nest boxes to capture birds for meat, but nesting boxes have been used for
hundreds of years to give laying hens a safe place to lay their eggs.
Now, hundreds of Farmhouse decorating ideas are appearing in magazines and on the Internet
highlighting the uses of galvanized Chicken Nesting Boxes.
A big favorite is to highlight your small vintage items in the many cubby holes.
If you garden, they make a great primitive looking Potting Bench.

Photo below courtesy of  Miss Mustard Seed


Chicken Nesting Box Ideas for Dining Rooms

In addition to potting benches, chicken nesting boxes are used in the dining room to hold dishes, and are also used for bookshelves.
But the most unusual usage may be closet storage. One beautiful display for a chicken nesting box is on a shiplap wall!
If you are a Rae Dunn fan, and who is not, her beautiful items look fantastic to display her
collections. See photo below:


So, take a Texas road trip to historic Bangs, TX and pick up galvanized Chicken Nesting Boxes.
And be sure to shop inside for the hundreds of vintage items to fill up those cubby holes in your
single hole, double hole, or triple hole chicken nest bin!
Visit Three Chicks Treasures at 802 W. Hall Street Bangs, TX.
Call 325-203-0146 for more information.

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